Approximately 70 artworks of oil, watercolor, pen, pencil, pastel and acrylic will cover the walls at the Bowen Center for the Arts as part of its newest exhibition.
Public art is a "real passion" of professional photographer Fox Gradin's.
Georgians of all ages can lace up their boots in June to celebrate National Trails Day as park rangers say "hike with us on our birthday."
For the 14th year in a row, the streets of downtown Gainesville will shut down for Memorial Day, as residents line up to remember fallen veterans.
While some runners will race around the Eagle Ranch to benefit the children there, others will go the distance to support The Church @ War Hill Community Outreach Program in Dawsonville.
His music was iconic. And now the David Bowie, who died in January, will be remembered in a performance with some of his greatest hits arranged for one of the nation's leading orchestras.
As the three-day weekend of Memorial Day approaches, North Georgia residents can venture back to colonial times during an annual open house at Fort Hollingsworth-White House in Alto.
What could be better than the luxury of buying fine fresh produce from the grocery store? Buying it straight from the farmers that grew it, of course.
There are many ways to see the North Georgia mountains, but few compare to gliding through the open air, zipping over creeks and through trees.
It's a little bit high-tech gaming and a little bit old-fashioned treasure hunting.
Georgia's bustling wine industry showcases its barrels of wine in the summer with festivals and activities.
Get ready to laugh, because professional speaker/humorist Jeanne Robertson is coming to town.
Sounds of music will often be heard filling the Square in downtown Gainesville in coming months.
Hall County is issuing its first open call for artists to participate in the Hall County Government Center Public Art Program.
Once again, the Braselton Rotary Club is raising funds for area charities with its "Georgia Scramble" golf tournament.
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Cowboys riding broncos bareback or in saddles as well as staying atop a jumping bull will be only a few of the sights to see ...
Teenage thespians will don their costumes to perform the comedic play "The Curious Savage" at Gainesville High School.
Mix together live music, food trucks, an artisan maker and wine tastings and you will get the annual Crush Fest at a Cleveland winery.
Staying active during a busy week can sometimes be a challenge. But the city of Gainesville offers several adults sports leagues to help them get ...
Artists from all across Northeast Georgia will have their moment in the spotlight at the 14th annual Juried Photography Show in Dawsonville.
Local business leaders, pastors, public servants and more are spending their limited free time learning to dance for a good cause.
More than 75,000 fans of science-fiction literature and film, comic books, video games and pop culture will flood Atlanta on Labor Day weekend for ...
A husband-and-wife team with an authentic folk sound will bring an evening of garden-themed music to Green Street.
From a very early age, Edgar Esquivel became interested in art.
Artist Penny Stowe has been growing in her love of photography since her retirement in 2010 from 30 years of lab work.
Sights and sounds of southern Appalachian heritage will greet visitors Saturday, Sept. 3, throughout the grounds and buildings of the Sautee Nacoochee Center and Folk ...
When asked how long he's been interested in art, Clayton Santiago had a simple answer.
It will be a family-oriented fun day like no other.
Self-employed as a commercial and advertising artist, Larry Griffeth has been involved with photography for quite some time.
With young and old playing the game cornhole, the Gainesville Parks and Recreation department is hosting a Cornhole in the Park Tournaments.
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